The Rise Of The Third Reich By Adolf Hitler

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The Rise Of The Third Reich
“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.” This is a quote from Adolf Hitler, a famous leader of The Third Reich. Adolf Hitler’s birthday is April 20th, 1889. Two of his siblings died from diphtheria when they were children, and one died shortly after birth. The young Hitler was showered with love and affection by his mother. In May 1913, Hitler tried to avoid military service by attending to his aunt’s death. Hitler’s original plans for the future was to become an artist, but he joined an art school and failed his dream. The Nazi’s rise to power brought an end to the Weimar Republic, a democracy established in Germany after World War I. After Adolf Hitler was named
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In the first Auschwitz , prisoners lived in old brick barracks. Several hundred three-tier wooden bunk beds were installed inside each building. The overcrowding in Auschwitz forced basements and lofts into use as living quarters, as well. Two types of barracks, wooden and brick, housed prisoners in Birkenau concentration camp. The brick buildings were erected in great haste, without suitable insulation, on marshy ground. More than 700 people were assigned to each barrack. These barracks did not have any true heating, and they did not have sanitary facilities. The second type of housing for prisoners at Birkenau consisted of wooden-stable barracks. The stalls contained three-tier wooden bunks. Several hundred prisoners lived in each such barrack. Hitler blamed the Jews for the loss of World War 1. To Hitler, Germans were the superior race, the Aryans. In the attempt to get rid of evidence of the concentration camps, the Germans burned the bodies, and also buried them, they completely tore apart the buildings or burned them down. The Germans would burn all documents of these concentration camps. They tried to move and evacuate the prisoners left in these

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